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Report - The Bay Leaf - Tarleton - July 2016

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by VauxBex, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. VauxBex

    VauxBex 28DL Regular User
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    The Bay Leaf - Tarleton - July 2016

    The Bayleaf Restaurant was formerly the Ram's Head public house which was extended to create an American themed restaurant before becoming an Indian Restaurant, the building is of significant age, but remains derelict since the restaurant closed in 2007. In 2008 the land occupied by a derelict petrol garage was re-developed into a modern country style complex of offices which sits on the Sollom corner of the A59 and A565 traffic light junction.

    Part of the building is listed and can't be demolished however the extensions can. Here is an article I found regarding the new development, who knows when it will be demolished now.
    http://www.southportvisiter.co.uk/n.../bay-leaf-eyesore-transformed-office-11189792

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    Note the stone on the wall with the date the building was built.

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    Spiral Staircase with small windows.

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  2. SegaSi1984

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    Awesome! :thumb Nice pics there bud.
     
  3. Vikki88

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    This was actually also a Mexican restaurant when I was younger in the 1990's, I used to go here for special occasions with family where I found my love for fajitas as a child. I remember playing outside here as well! It was called Quincies or Quincys, can't remember the spelling exactly but yeah, it was an awesome place!
     
  4. Vikki88

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    Oh yeah I guess that's kinda American..
    I just remember (being like a 4 year old child) hearing the sizzling pan that the fajitas came on and crawling under the tables hahah!
     
  5. Lescam

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    Passed this a few times this year when we parked the caravan at Riverside. Thanks for the info on the place
     
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